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Summit 66°
Trail Conditions Report (Last Updated 7/20/24 10:01AM MDT)
DOWNHILL BIKE TRAILS

Downhill trails are strictly downhill travel only, no hiking allowed.

  • Upper Elk Trail: OPEN
  • Middle Elk Trail: OPEN
  • Lower Elk Trail: OPEN
  • Wildcat: OPEN
  • Grouse: OPEN
  • High Voltage: OPEN
  • Lower Hidden Valley: OPEN
  • Upper Hidden Valley: OPEN
  • Zorro: OPEN
XC BIKE TRAILS

All XC Bike Trails are also open to Hikers. Please Be Aware of Other Users.

  • Greenhorn: OPEN (leashed dogs OK)
  • Hammerhead: OPEN (leashed dogs OK)
  • Roller Coaster: OPEN
  • Thorn Creek: OPEN (leashed dogs OK)
  • Growler: OPEN
  • Lakeview Vista: OPEN
  • Rock Garden: OPEN
  • Baby Bear: OPEN
  • Black Bear: CLOSED (Rebuild)
HIKING TRAILS

Closed-toe shoes recommended! There are currently no dog friendly trails open.

  • Hidden Valley Overlook: OPEN
  • Lookout Trail: CLOSED (Under Construction)
  • Cat Track (Mountain Road): OPEN
SCENIC CHAIRLIFT RIDES

10AM - 4:30PM

  • Bluebird Express OPEN
DISC GOLF COURSE

The Easy Street 9 is available for preview play. Signage and course maintenance are on-going. Please use UDISC App to navigate the course.

  • Easy Street 9 OPEN
Extended Forecast
  • Overnight: 64°
  • Tuesday: 86°
  • Tuesday Night: 67°
  • Wednesday: 85°
  • Wednesday Night: 63°
  • Thursday: 79°
  • Thursday Night: 55°
Fuels Reduction Burning Underway – Smoke May be Visible

Brundage News &
Mountain Blog

Fuels Reduction Burning Underway – Smoke May be Visible

10/21/22

As part of Brundage Mountain’s ongoing wildfire mitigation efforts, our Mountain Operations team will be burning slash piles on the mountain starting Monday, October 24.

Yearly ski run maintenance 

Smoke may be visible in nearby recreation areas and from the nearby valleys as we carefully work through the piles of cut forest vegetation. There are 50-60 piles on the Payette National Forest land that Brundage operates on through a special use permit. An additional 45-50 piles are slated to be burned on the private land at the base of the mountain.

The fuels to be burned were generated through a number of forest health and firewise activities, including:

    • Routine ski run maintenance activities like our annual mowing/trimming efforts
    • Lift-line fuel clearing and maintenance for fire safety
    • Trimming and removal of trees and shrubs to create defensible space around structures
    • The Whitebark pine daylighting project that took place earlier this summer to help preserve an at-risk keystone species. Learn more about the Whitebark pine conservation efforts here.

Thank you for your patience as we work to keep our forest environment safe and thriving for years to come.

Whitebark pine daylighting

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